Monday, October 24 | 6:00 – 7:30 pm
McMillan Library | 490 East Grand Avenue, Wisconsin Rapids
Join us for the next round of resident-led conversation on what we can do as community members to make an impact on where we live, work and play. At the meeting, residents will:
Join your neighbors to make a difference! View the flyer here.
To read the full August 9 report, click here.
To read notes from the second WIPPS meeting in June, view the blog here.
To read notes from the first WIPPS meeting in May, view the blog here or the summary document here.
View videos from our August 18 workshop with Lara Kalwinski, Senior Counsel for Compliance & Policy at the Council on Foundations. Lara guided attendees through the Form 990 – the informational tax form most nonprofit organizations and foundations must file annually with the IRS – and shared the fundamentals of foundations.
DISCLAIMER: These presentations do not provide legal, tax or financial advice. Consequently we urge you to seek the advice of your own legal, tax or financial professionals in connection with exemption organization matters. This communication (including any attachments or handouts) is not intended or written to be used and cannot be used, for the purpose of avoiding tax-related penalties.
Wednesday, December 7 | 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Hotel Mead | 451 East Grand Avenue, Wisconsin Rapids
What is a “healthy community”? What successful strategies are communities using to collaborate across sectors to promote healthy people and strong economies? What are the opportunities for strengthening the interdependence between urban and rural communities? How are banks, CDFIs, philanthropy, and others investing to foster equitable access to health and prosperity for all? Why is investing in environmental sustainability important for people and places?
This daylong conference, co-sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago and Incourage, will share leading practices in healthy economic development, sustainability, and investment, with a special focus on rural and regional approaches to move from ideas to action. The conference will also include strategies for ongoing collaborative work with a new administration in 2017.
For more information on who should attend and what conference attendees can expect, the agenda, partners and sponsors, logistics, and contact information, visit the online event summary.
Check out ways to get involved with the Tribune Building Project here.